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Windows 7: Permissions Fiasco

22 Jan 2017   #21
fotog673

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

In several other programs which I am too tired to think of now I think it shows 70gb used and about 40 free. All I can think to show you is this clip also to wonder if booting from minitools might show me something




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22 Jan 2017   #22
Callender

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Screenshot is from Ccleaner Disk Analyzer - not Speccy as far as I can work out.

Try WinDirStat Portable
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22 Jan 2017   #23
fotog673

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Sorry, you are correct certainly. Trying to make sense posted incorrectly. This from Speccy

Faspeed F510-120G SATA Disk Device
Heads 16
Cylinders 14,593
Tracks 3,721,215
Sectors 234,436,545
SATA type SATA-III 6.0Gb/s
Device type Fixed
ATA Standard ACS2
Serial Number 5112550080
Firmware Version Number O0803B5
LBA Size 48-bit LBA
Power On Count 463 times
Power On Time 56.6 days
Speed Not used (SSD Drive)
Features S.M.A.R.T., NCQ, TRIM, SSD
Max. Transfer Mode SATA III 6.0Gb/s
Used Transfer Mode SATA III 6.0Gb/s
Interface SATA
Capacity 111 GB
Real size 120,034,123,776 bytes
RAID Type None
S.M.A.R.T
Status Good
Temperature 105 įF
Temperature Range OK (less than 122 įF)
S.M.A.R.T attributes
Attribute*name Real value Current Worst Threshold Raw Value Status
01 Read Error Rate 0 100 100 0 0000000000 Good
05 Reallocated Sectors Count 0 100 100 0 0000000000 Good
09 Power-On Hours (POH) 56d 15h 100 100 0 000000054F Good
0C Device Power Cycle Count 463 100 100 0 00000001CF Good
A0 Uncorrectable Sector Count when Read/Write 0 100 100 0 0000000000 Good
A1 Number of Valid Spare Block 120 100 100 0 0000000078 Good
A3 Number of Initial Invalid Block 10 100 100 0 000000000A Good
A4 Total Erase Count 26,690 100 100 0 0000006842 Good
A5 Maximum Erase Count 61 100 100 0 000000003D Good
A6 Minimum Erase Count 1 100 100 0 0000000001 Good
A7 Average Erase Count 13 100 100 0 000000000D Good
AF Program Fail Count (Chip) 0 100 100 0 0000000000 Good
B0 Erase Fail Count 0 100 100 0 0000000000 Good
B1 Wear Leveling Count 5 100 100 50 0000000005 Good
B2 Unexpected Power Loss 0 100 100 0 0000000000 Good
C0 Power-off Retract Count 70 100 100 0 0000000046 Good
C2 Temperature 105 įF 100 100 0 0000000028 Good
C3 Hardware ECC Recovered 0 100 100 0 0000000000 Good
C4 Reallocation Event Count 0 100 100 16 0000000000 Good
C5 Current Pending Sector Count 0 100 100 0 0000000000 Good
C6 Uncorrectable Sector Count 0 100 100 0 0000000000 Good
C7 UltraDMA CRC Error Count 2 100 100 50 0000000002 Good
E8 Endurance Remaining 100 100 100 0 0000000064 Good
F1 Total LBAs Written 51,152 100 100 0 000000C7D0 Good
F2 Total LBAs Read 63,285 100 100 0 000000F735 Good

Partition 0
Partition ID Disk #0, Partition #0
File System NTFS
Volume Serial Number E07CDDAF
Size 99 MB
Used Space 62 MB (62%)
Free Space 37.4 MB (38%)
Partition 1
Partition ID Disk #0, Partition #1
Disk Letter C:
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22 Jan 2017   #24
fotog673

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pyprohly View Post
Yes. Those numberís are off the rails. We could indeed be dealing with some sort of corruption or disk failure, and if thatís the case then itís hardly a permissions problem and there is no point in performing diagnostics for this.

However, a claim from one source is hardly mounting evidence, even if it is Speccy. Are you able to identify another clue that would allude to corruption?

How much free space would you say you actually have, or if you remember, the last known amount? Less than 100MB is far too small to be working with.
Partition 0
Partition ID Disk #0, Partition #0
File System NTFS
Volume Serial Number E07CDDAF
Size 99 MB
Used Space 62 MB (62%)
Free Space 37.4 MB (38%)
Partition 1
Partition ID Disk #0, Partition #1
Disk Letter C:
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22 Jan 2017   #25
fotog673

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pyprohly View Post
Thanks.

Hm. I donít know why this happens. For some reason the security descriptor on C drive still refuses to be read even after all the privileges and other measures. But I cannot replicate this specific error.

Is it locked? Is it corrupt? Need to get to the bottom of this.

Need more information. Would you be able to download this file attached. It will produce a ďc_errinfo.txtĒ on your desktop. Could you upload this?

Ok here's the next result. Thanks again.


Edit: added attachment


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23 Jan 2017   #26
fotog673

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pyprohly View Post
Yes. Those numberís are off the rails. We could indeed be dealing with some sort of corruption or disk failure, and if thatís the case then itís hardly a permissions problem and there is no point in performing diagnostics for this.

However, a claim from one source is hardly mounting evidence, even if it is Speccy. Are you able to identify another clue that would allude to corruption?

How much free space would you say you actually have, or if you remember, the last known amount? Less than 100MB is far too small to be working with.

Pyprohly, Did you see my response to this?
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24 Jan 2017   #27
Pyprohly

Windows 10, Windows 8.1 Pro, Windows 7 Professional, OS X El Capitan
 
 

Sorry for the late reply.

Again, I cannot reproduce the error, and I’m not getting much out of the messages; they are purposefully vague. As there is a limit to how badly denied you can get, I have tested the worst possible scenarios and have auspiciously assumed positive results for all other cases. If the script I gave you couldn’t remedy the problem, I doubt the traditional methods of correcting the permissions will work. Yet, I’m curious what Explorer has to say about the situation.

Are you able to bring up the ‘Security’ tab on the drive? Using the ‘Advanced’ view, are you able to manually take ownership?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fotog673 View Post
Pyprohly, Did you see my response to this?
Yes. If the problem turns out to be a disk issue I don’t have the faculty to help you. Those reports aren’t meant for me.

Did you see Callender’s reply? I recommend you follow the suggestion and share the results of WinDirStat right away.
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24 Jan 2017   #28
fotog673

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Pyprohly View Post
Sorry for the late reply.

Again, I cannot reproduce the error, and Iím not getting much out of the messages; they are purposefully vague. As there is a limit to how badly denied you can get, I have tested the worst possible scenarios and have auspiciously assumed positive results for all other cases. If the script I gave you couldnít remedy the problem, I doubt the traditional methods of correcting the permissions will work. Yet, Iím curious what Explorer has to say about the situation.

Are you able to bring up the ĎSecurityí tab on the drive? Using the ĎAdvancedí view, are you able to manually take ownership?


Yes. If the problem turns out to be a disk issue I donít have the faculty to help you. Those reports arenít meant for me.

Did you see Callenderís reply? I recommend you follow the suggestion and share the results of WinDirStat right away.
1. First of all I want to thank you for all the time you have put in on this.
2. You will see the only access I have pulling up security. All else gets no permission
3. Not sure I understood what you meant by those reports aren't meant for me. Unless it meant that I just sent too much information off thread.
4. I did see Calender's reply. In fact I did dl WinDirStat but since nothing is simple it seems here is what happens when I run it. Tried it installed both on a flash and on my second HD.


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24 Jan 2017   #29
Callender

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

When you run the setup file "WinDirStatPortable_1.1.2.80_Rev_3.paf.exe" you are asked where to place the files. Put them in a folder on your windows partiton typically C:/ and run it from there once it has been set up.
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24 Jan 2017   #30
fotog673

Win7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Callender View Post
When you run the setup file "WinDirStatPortable_1.1.2.80_Rev_3.paf.exe" you are asked where to place the files. Put them in a folder on your windows partiton typically C:/ and run it from there once it has been set up.
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Regrettably I can not place it anywhere on C:. Always get C: is not accessible.
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